About Learning - Information on Neurogenesis
YOUR OWN BRAIN
This site provides a wonderfully accessible discussion of Fred
Gage's neurogenesis research and is written in accordance to
the National Science Education Standards for public schools.
Article on Fred Gage:
"Sedentary Mice Grow Fewer New Brain Cells"
UniSci is an online daily news site about science. For more
articles about Neural Plasticity visit unisci.com, keyword:
Institute News Release:
"Running Boosts Number of Brain Cells, According to New Salk
The Salk Institute is home to Fred Gage's laboratory.
For more information on the Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience
Hughes Medical Institute
Read a discussion with Terrence Seinowski, Fred Gage's colleague,
about the memories of sedentary mice compared to mice who
exercised freely on an exercise wheel. The site has regular
updates about Gage's research and other research underway
at the Salk Institute.
This is a Science News article from 03/13/99 about research
on neuron growth and maintenance through learning and exercise.
the Millennium Brain Power
In this interview with Floyd Bloom, Chairman of the Department
of Neuropharmacology at Scripps Research Institute in California,
he discusses the future of brain function, maintenance, and
on Cabbies Shows Brain's Right Hippocampus is Key for Navigation
An article about the research on London cabbies showing that
the hippocampus grows as the drivers learn their way around
to Outwit the Cocky Cabbies
Learn how to stimulate your own brain cell growth- just like
the cabbies in London.
the synopsis for this segment